Claire Dassesse was born in brussels in 1989. From 2004 to 2007, she studied with Augustin Dumay at the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth. Subsequently, she obtained a bachelor's degree at the Royal Concervatory of Brussels with Igor Oistrakh. In 2009 she left Belgium for Geneva to study with Michaela Martin at the Haute Ecole de Musique and obtained a master's degree in 2011. Now she continues her training with Michaela Martin at the Musik Hochschule in Köln.
Claire followed masterclasses with Liviu Prunaru, Boris Kuschnir, Priya Mitchell, Stephan Picard, Gabor Tàkàcs and Zakhar Bron.
Claire played at the Belgian Royal Palace in a christmas concert which was broadcasted all over Belgium. Her concert in the 'Tribunes de Genèves' was broadcasted by the Swiss Radio. She also played at the 'Estivales de Megeve' with Tedi Papavrami, François Guye and Christoph Schiller. She performed at the renowned Covent Carden in a chamber music setting and was in Slowakia for the execution of Beethoven's Triple Concerto. In 2013 she had the opportunity to play Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante in Geneva. Again, one of her recitals was again broadcasted live, this time on the Ansermet Radio Station.
Claire won first prizes at the Brueghel-, the Didier Noé-, the Deru- and the Henri Vieuxtemps violin competitions. She also won the Nancy Philippart scholarship.